Regent’s Park is one of the jewels in the London crown. Partly located in the City of Westminster and partly in the London Borough of Camden, the Royal Park extends to 410 acres, and within it is the famous London Zoo. The park also comprises a handful of very special houses and the home of the American Ambassador, along with some London University accommodation, tennis courts, sports fields, grounds, lakes and parkland,
The entire circumference of the Park is overlooked by property. The greater majority of which was designed by John Nash and Decimus Barton, two influential Late Regency architects. The work was commissioned in 1811 and work commenced thereafter. Today, the key trophy addresses are mostly all in the terraces; Hanover, Cornwall and Chester Terraces leading the way. Cambridge Gate is regarded as the premier flat address in the Park. Generally, the majority of properties in Regent’s Park are houses.
There are no real day to day amenities within Regent’s Park. However, with Marylebone immediately to the south and Primrose Hill abutting the park in the north, no facilities are required. Regent’s Park remains a very desirable residential address in central London.
Regents Park Open Air Theatre